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False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

The recent acquittal of former news tycoon Eddie Shah, after being found not guilty of raping a 12 year old girl years ago, demonstrates clearly that despite the bleating of NAPAC, the NSPCC and other so-called ‘charities’, complainants of ‘historic’ abuse do not always tell the truth. Despite new guidelines given to the police and…

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Criticism of Ovenden sentence by charities undermines child protection

Criticism of Ovenden sentence by charities undermines child protection

The Graham Ovenden case – recently concluded with Mr Ovenden walking free from court with a suspended sentence – has thrown into sharp relief the contempt shared by child abuse charities  when decisions in sensitive court cases do not go their way. TheOpinionSite.org believes that such criticisms of the judge’s decision from representatives of many so-called…

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NSPCC maintain abuse hysteria as donations fall

NSPCC maintain abuse hysteria as donations fall

After cashing in on increased claims of ‘historic’ abuse, many resulting from the publicity surrounding Jimmy Savile and others, the NSPCC is now trying to scare everyone over ‘present day abuse’; the decision of the prime minister not to support the automatic blocking of Internet porn sites has also come under fire from what appears…

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NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

TheOpinionSite.org can reveal that so far this year, 235 grants from the National Lottery have been made to charities dealing with public protection and sexual abuse to a total value of £21,307,631. Individual grants range from as little as £3,000 to several million, the larger grants sometimes being split between different sections of the same…

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Is the NSPCC being dishonest in order to get our money?

Is the NSPCC being dishonest in order to get our money?

According to the latest scare story from the NSPCC, at least 64 children are sexually abused every day in England and Wales; a claim that some may wish to question given that the NSPCC has already had one of its major advertising campaigns stopped by the Advertising  Standards Authority for being misleading. In common with…

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